Name the Whale

 

Name the Orca Bay Whale Contest!

 

This Contest has ended! Thank you to everyone who participated!

 

Results:


 

1st Place – Ormanda (meaning: of the sea) (31%, 89 Votes)
2nd Place – Finley (23%, 67 Votes)
3rd Place – Obie (Short for Orca Bay O.B.) (12%, 34 Votes)
Congrats to all the winners! We will be in contact with you shortly!



473 Responses to “Name the Whale”

  1. John Steinmetz says:

    The Mighty Orcinus

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  3. “Fintail” the Orca Whale

  4. Forka the Orca.

  5. Joel Miles says:

    Olivia the Orca, Please. Olie for short

  6. Sherrie Alldredge says:

    My vote/suggestion for a name would be Shaboo

    thank you for your time
    have a great day

  7. Ryan Mackey says:

    Phinnaeus

  8. Jamie Menzies says:

    Arluq

    An old Inuit name from North America

  9. L'eah Jones says:

    Squirt

  10. L'eah Jones says:

    Shelby

  11. L'eah Jones says:

    Orion

  12. L'eah Jones says:

    Olly

  13. L'eah Jones says:

    Orville

  14. L'eah Jones says:

    Nathan or “Nate”

  15. L'eah Jones says:

    Onyx

  16. L'eah Jones says:

    Graham

  17. L'eah Jones says:

    Alex

  18. L'eah Jones says:

    Allen

  19. L'eah Jones says:

    Orko

  20. L'eah Jones says:

    Armand
    Leonard
    Oliver
    Awesome
    Dave the Awesome Orca Whale
    Kelvin the Killer Whale/Orca Whale

  21. Oreo– the same says it all!

  22. Greg Sckorohod says:

    Willie The Whale

  23. Poseidon

  24. Sherrie Alldredge says:

    Orcie the orca

  25. Sherrie Alldredge says:

    Shandie the orca

  26. Sherrie Alldredge says:

    Joe the Orca

  27. Trish Haaker says:

    My name is YIN-YANG

    (Chinese philosophy) the two fundamental principles, one negative, dark, passive, cold, wet, and feminine (yin) and the other (yang) positive, bright, active, dry, hot and masculine. The interactions and balance of these forces in people and nature influence their behavior and fate. [RHUD]

  28. Julie says:

    Wyman

  29. Vicky mulinski says:

    Rainier is my choice, short, sweet and to the nw point:)

  30. Kira says:

    Urkel the Orca

  31. Satyakam Satyakam says:

    Ramu

  32. Eric Shaeffer says:

    Minco!

  33. Matthew says:

    Chum…he’s your buddy but not what he eats!

  34. Matthew says:

    Juan or San Juan like the islands

  35. Matthew says:

    Camano would be good too

  36. Carter Belleau says:

    Brody (as in friendly and courageous Sheriff Brody who went out on the boat “ORCA” in Jaws)

  37. Grant Haaker says:

    Melville

  38. Terry Mulinski says:

    Of course, it is “Seattle”

  39. Christa Ribas says:

    Betsy the Whale

  40. Jodi Hankins says:

    “Si’ahl”
    As in Chief Si’ahl

  41. Jodi Hankins says:

    “Joseph”
    As in Chief Joseph

  42. Jodi Hankins says:

    Splash

  43. Jodi Hankins says:

    Husky

  44. Jodi Hankins says:

    Poseidon

  45. Jodi Hankins says:

    Triton

  46. Jodi Hankins says:

    Neptune

  47. Jodi Hankins says:

    Tsunami

  48. Jodi Hankins says:

    Spout

  49. Jodi Hankins says:

    “Aegir”
    Norse god of the ocean and king of all sea creatures.

  50. Mary Jordan says:

    “Orinoco”

  51. Corey Williams says:

    Burnie the Whale

  52. Sherrie Alldredge says:

    Ottis the Orca

  53. Sherrie Alldredge says:

    Charlie the Orca

  54. Sherrie Alldredge says:

    Shahara

  55. Sherrie Alldredge says:

    Oliver for boy-Olive for girl;)

  56. Dick Mackey says:

    What better name than “Orkie” the Orca Whale.

  57. Barbara Ruscetta says:

    “Patch” – for the white patch around his eye and the dark grey “saddle patch” across the back

  58. Jescelynn says:

    Peanut

  59. Jescelynn says:

    Ginger

  60. Revised spelling for my entry– Oh-re-oh..

  61. Angie says:

    Oscar the Orca

  62. Angie says:

    Ballena, the beautiful girl whale

  63. TAMARA JOHANSEN says:

    NAME FOR THE ORCA WHALE: KEMOI

  64. Jill Khorrami says:

    Name for the Orca Whale….Alki

  65. Barbara Ruscetta says:

    Finley

  66. Kristina M says:

    Gary

  67. Eric Wolf says:

    Bruno

  68. Regina Wolf says:

    Lucy

  69. Kristine Lemley says:

    Owen

  70. [...] Contest entry form [...]

  71. John Steinmetz says:

    Orpheus for a male or Orphelia for a female.

  72. Pam Vessey says:

    Hubba Blubba

  73. Imogene Shelly says:

    ROGER!

  74. Ronna F says:

    Echo

  75. Ronna F says:

    Diva

  76. Ronna F says:

    La Baleine

  77. Ronna F says:

    Scuba

  78. Ronna F says:

    Guppy

  79. Ronna F says:

    Serenity

  80. Ronna F says:

    Infinity

  81. Angie Haugan says:

    Onika

  82. Remi – High Fly’n Orca

  83. Spot

  84. Dennis Smith says:

    “Corky” the friendly Orca whale.

  85. Karen Cutsforth says:

    BeBop Bennie

  86. Roy Wall says:

    My name for the whale is “ORKY-DORKY”

  87. Liz Miller says:

    Walter the whale

  88. John Klopfenstein says:

    Tastee

  89. John Klopfenstein says:

    Kalakala

  90. John Klopfenstein says:

    Opa

  91. John Klopfenstein says:

    Lolita

  92. John Klopfenstein says:

    Bubbles

  93. John Klopfenstein says:

    Orcasm

  94. John Klopfenstein says:

    Sushi

  95. Jeff Hall says:

    “Cora”

  96. Brandie Hill says:

    Nikan (means My Friend)
    Takoda (means Friend to Everyone)

  97. Charlie Sears says:

    I like ‘SlapChop’ Means easy to clean and you won’t throw it away. Also describes the method of feeding itself.

  98. Charlie Sears says:

    ‘Utasti’
    Figure it out.

  99. Charlie Sears says:

    ‘Mehungry’
    An alternate.

  100. Charlie Sears says:

    ‘Yumyum’
    After the above two.

  101. Scott Sanders says:

    “Spout”, as whales do that!

  102. Ronna Farley says:

    Quake

  103. Ronna Farley says:

    La Regla

  104. Ronna Farley says:

    Langostino

  105. Ronna Farley says:

    Cantante

  106. Ronna Farley says:

    El Rey

  107. Ronna Farley says:

    Ketos (from the Greek word that means whale)

  108. Scott Russell says:

    Kujira – the Japanese translation for whale

  109. Scott Russell says:

    Shachi – Japanese translation for Orca.

  110. Nan Engel says:

    OKEANOS
    OKEANOS

    Usage: Greek Mythology

    From the name of the river or body of water thought by the ancient Greeks to surround the Earth. In Greek mythology Okeanos was the Titan who personified this body of water.

  111. Ms.Ballena. Ballena is the Spanish word for Whale.

  112. Jill Khorrami says:

    Shachi no kukira…..this means orca whale in Japanese. How about shachi for short?

  113. Preston says:

    Osheana

  114. Danielle Bronkema says:

    Virgil – it’s a happy name for a very happy mascot!

  115. Ronna Farley says:

    Elahw (whale backwards)

  116. Ronna Farley says:

    Acro (orca backwards)

  117. Ramona P says:

    I submit: ORAcle the Orca

  118. Marie Agravante says:

    Paikea –from the New Zealand movie WHALE RIDER, and New Zealand creation stories

  119. Marie Agravante says:

    Harvester

  120. Marie Agravante says:

    Cascade

  121. Marie Agravante says:

    Skyway

  122. Marie Agravante says:

    Giant

  123. Marie Agravante says:

    Cutter

  124. Marie Agravante says:

    Jumper

  125. Marie Agravante says:

    Hopper

  126. Marie Agravante says:

    Orsino –from Shakespeare’s TWELFTH NIGHT, and because killer whales are of the genus Orcinus

  127. Marie Agravante says:

    Whistler

  128. Marie Agravante says:

    Two-Tone, or Two-tone

  129. Marie Agravante says:

    Kingster

  130. Marie Agravante says:

    Mobius

  131. Marie Agravante says:

    Detwyler

  132. Marie Agravante says:

    Tumbler

  133. Marie Agravante says:

    Silky

  134. Marie Agravante says:

    Horatio Hornblower

  135. Marie Agravante says:

    Finback

  136. Marie Agravante says:

    Leviathan — “Levi” for nickname

  137. Marie Agravante says:

    Titan

  138. Marie Agravante says:

    Jumbo

  139. Marie Agravante says:

    Hop-a-long

  140. Marie Agravante says:

    Cousteau

  141. Marie Agravante says:

    Dolomite

  142. Marie Agravante says:

    Skipjack

  143. Marie Agravante says:

    Bowfin

  144. Marie Agravante says:

    Wirraway

  145. Marie Agravante says:

    Flanker

  146. Marie Agravante says:

    Swansea

  147. Marie Agravante says:

    Haslemere

  148. Marie Agravante says:

    Bellows

  149. Marie Agravante says:

    Tideswell

  150. Marie Agravante says:

    Skibberee

  151. Marie Agravante says:

    Rabelais

  152. Marie Agravante says:

    Greystoke

  153. Marie Agravante says:

    Tuxedo

  154. Marie Agravante says:

    Puffin

  155. Marie Agravante says:

    Deuce

  156. Marie Agravante says:

    Baccarat

  157. Marie Agravante says:

    El Dorado

  158. Marie Agravante says:

    Shenandoah

  159. Marie Agravante says:

    Kokomo

  160. Marie Agravante says:

    Geronimo

  161. Marie Agravante says:

    Dante

  162. Marie Agravante says:

    Cicero

  163. Marie Agravante says:

    Hugo

  164. Marie Agravante says:

    Jack Sparrow

  165. Marie Agravante says:

    Sparrowhawk

  166. Marie Agravante says:

    Argento

  167. Marie Agravante says:

    Meridius

  168. Marie Agravante says:

    Aristotle

  169. Marie Agravante says:

    Ulysses

  170. Marie Agravante says:

    Jabba

  171. Marie Agravante says:

    Excalibur

  172. Marie Agravante says:

    Champion

  173. Marie Agravante says:

    Man o’ War –named after a winning thoroughbred

  174. Marie Agravante says:

    Thoroughbred

  175. Marie Agravante says:

    Battleship –named after a winning thoroughbred

  176. Marie Agravante says:

    Seabiscuit

  177. Marie Agravante says:

    Belmont

  178. Marie Agravante says:

    Nantucket

  179. Marie Agravante says:

    Hyannis

  180. Marie Agravante says:

    Preakness

  181. Marie Agravante says:

    Churchill

  182. Marie Agravante says:

    Churchill Downs –where the Kentucky derby takes place

  183. Marie Agravante says:

    Mint julep

  184. Marie Agravante says:

    Shepherd

  185. Marie Agravante says:

    Powder

  186. Marie Agravante says:

    Barbaro

  187. Marie Agravante says:

    Gallant

  188. Marie Agravante says:

    Knightly

  189. Marie Agravante says:

    Vivaldi

  190. Marie Agravante says:

    Native Dancer

  191. Marie Agravante says:

    Swaps

  192. Marie Agravante says:

    Snowball

  193. Marie Agravante says:

    Eos

  194. Marie Agravante says:

    Aeon

  195. Marie Agravante says:

    Riddler

  196. Marie Agravante says:

    Dazzler

  197. Marie Agravante says:

    King Cob

  198. Marie Agravante says:

    Waterloo

  199. Marie Agravante says:

    Wellington

  200. Marie Agravante says:

    Rushmore

  201. Marie Agravante says:

    Yosemite

  202. Marie Agravante says:

    Coronado

  203. Marie Agravante says:

    Richthofen

  204. Marie Agravante says:

    Iditarod

  205. Marie Agravante says:

    Rambles

  206. Marie Agravante says:

    Angus

  207. Marie Agravante says:

    MacGyver

  208. Marie Agravante says:

    Canute

  209. Marie Agravante says:

    Cavalry

  210. Marie Agravante says:

    Sawyer

  211. Marie Agravante says:

    Bowler

  212. Marie Agravante says:

    Crosby

  213. Marie Agravante says:

    Crooner

  214. Marie Agravante says:

    Gypsy

  215. Marie Agravante says:

    Scobee

  216. Marie Agravante says:

    Skier

  217. Marie Agravante says:

    Smohalla

  218. Marie Agravante says:

    Bandelier

  219. Marie Agravante says:

    Arches

  220. Marie Agravante says:

    Chesapeake

  221. Marie Agravante says:

    Chiricahua

  222. Marie Agravante says:

    Eveready

  223. Marie Agravante says:

    George

  224. Marie Agravante says:

    Horseshoe

  225. Marie Agravante says:

    Muir

  226. Marie Agravante says:

    Samoa

  227. Marie Agravante says:

    Kosciuszko

  228. Marie Agravante says:

    Rutherford

  229. Marie Agravante says:

    Duwamish –Duwie as nickname

  230. Marie Agravante says:

    Tobin –Tobey for nickname

  231. Marie Agravante says:

    Abijah –named for Dr Abijah Beach, 1st mayor

  232. Marie Agravante says:

    Windermere

  233. Marie Agravante says:

    Cheyenne

  234. Marie Agravante says:

    Walter de la mare –named after the poet

  235. Marie Agravante says:

    Propeller

  236. Marie Agravante says:

    Turret

  237. Marie Agravante says:

    Strato

  238. Marie Agravante says:

    Boeing

  239. Marie Agravante says:

    Winger

  240. Marie Agravante says:

    Norden

  241. Marie Agravante says:

    Matterhorn –named for Operation Matterhorn, which used B-29s

  242. Marie Agravante says:

    Marianas –named for archipelago where many B-29s were stationed in WWII

  243. Marie Agravante says:

    Tinian –named for island that had many B-29s stationed there during WWII

  244. Marie Agravante says:

    Chamorro –people of Guam where many B-29s were stationed

  245. Marie Agravante says:

    Bockscar –famous B-29 that dropped atom bomb on Nagasaki

  246. Marie Agravante says:

    Fahrenheit

  247. Marie Agravante says:

    Shatner

  248. Marie Agravante says:

    Enterprise

  249. Marie Agravante says:

    Courage

  250. Robert Christensen says:

    Oprah the Orka

  251. Joan McCarthy says:

    Oscar the Orca ( like winning the Oscar)…a trophy of a whale!

  252. jo evans says:

    Boca

  253. Michelle Fears says:

    Kudzu It is an asian vine that was brought to the south to stop erosion. It grows so fast you can almost hear it growing!!

  254. karen smuckler says:

    Oracle

  255. Name it “BEAUTIMOUS”

  256. Bonnie St Hilaire says:

    Orpheus

  257. How about NEMO

  258. Tamara Shurling says:

    Irelyn

  259. Eric M. in OP, KS says:

    Awrkah (Indian name for the killer whale, phoenetically similar)

  260. janna briggs says:

    Makah…it’s an ancient Native American tribe from the coast of Washington who hunted whales. Wouldn’t that be a cool name?

  261. Rosie says:

    Wally

  262. Carole Preus says:

    Ollie

  263. Pam Dolan says:

    Puget the Killer Whale

  264. Gary DiBiase says:

    His name should be “Splashdown”

  265. KELLY ZAUNER says:

    schatzie!

  266. kat sears says:

    spot

  267. Joanne Smukala says:

    Jonah

  268. Herman

  269. William Denney, II says:

    Precious

  270. Judy Pflueger says:

    Peanut

  271. julie artymiuk says:

    Miliana

  272. julie artymiuk says:

    Wyatt the Whale

  273. julie artymiuk says:

    Arthur Orca

  274. Rosco says:

    “Marie Agravante” it means persistent. : )

  275. Pam Karam says:

    Caio

  276. Lucy Rand says:

    Majestetiske (Norwegian for majestic)

  277. Pam Karam says:

    Maya

  278. Bob Davis says:

    Cora the Orca

  279. Jane Sandona says:

    Bob

  280. Mil Fenske says:

    Othello the Orca

  281. Chris says:

    Ollie the Orca

  282. Jonathan says:

    Dale the not for sale whale

  283. Yelena Solovyeva says:

    Mishka

  284. Barbara Duresky says:

    WAVE

  285. Barbara Duresky says:

    SALTY

  286. Barbara Duresky says:

    ROCKET

  287. Barbara Duresky says:

    MAVERICK

  288. Barbara Duresky says:

    FIN

  289. Sam Balsano says:

    BAYBOY

  290. Adele Balsano says:

    BAYGIRL

  291. Nathan McFee says:

    Okra the Orca

  292. Sam Balsano says:

    FINNIAS

  293. Walter Stabenau says:

    Olympus

  294. Catherine Stabenau says:

    Concordia

  295. Crustyolblister says:

    Whidbey

  296. craig beier says:

    I name the orca “Storm”

  297. Nancy Sorrels says:

    Wilhelm P. Orca

  298. Kadrin Kavlakov says:

    Kaci

  299. Teodora Choneva says:

    Teddy

  300. dawn smith says:

    Razmatazz

  301. Stella F says:

    Ormanda {meaning: Of the Sea}

  302. Jennifer Kimberly says:

    Ollie!

  303. Jennifer Kimberly says:

    Oliver

  304. Jennifer Kimberly says:

    Outta

  305. Meghan F says:

    Luna

  306. ricky watkins says:

    newhope

  307. Brett M says:

    North Star

  308. Jason C says:

    Patrick

  309. Audra Mosher says:

    Chief Si’ahl (if it’s a boy)

  310. Pam Vessey says:

    splash!

  311. none

  312. Kenneth Vale says:

    Lucca

  313. nick martucci says:

    marx

  314. Laurie N. Komjati says:

    Laurie says the Orcha name should be “Gigantean” since the whale is of extraordinary in size and power.

  315. Martia K says:

    Freetime

  316. Barbara M says:

    casanova

  317. Rosco says:

    McGlinchy

  318. Robyn E. says:

    I would like the name to be Kapu

    which is hawaiian for sacred

  319. Angela Spengler says:

    Freedom

  320. Ginger D. says:

    MYORCA

  321. Angela Spengler says:

    Skylar

  322. Angela Spengler says:

    Omni

  323. Angela Spengler says:

    Ariel

  324. kathy flanagan says:

    moby

  325. thelma roethlein says:

    willie whale (after prince william and his upcoming marriage)

  326. Beverly Broome says:

    Akamai, which is Hawaiian for “clever”

  327. Chad Jarvis says:

    How about Orba…for Orca Bay

  328. Chad Jarvis says:

    If I win then “OB-Whale-can-owe-me” ;-)

  329. Stacey Sears says:

    ORION

  330. Erik Zimmerman says:

    Bayley

  331. Janice Whitfield says:

    Buhdda!

  332. Elisa Lowe says:

    Alex the Orca Whale.

  333. Beverly Wilson says:

    SASSIE

  334. don bailen says:

    DOMINO

  335. Kathleen says:

    Boobooo

  336. Kathleen says:

    Bobo or BeauBeau

  337. Victokirsh says:

    Moses Toes (or Moses Fins)

  338. O.B. (pronounced “Obie”)

  339. Kelly Rogers says:

    BARNABY

  340. brooke goodrich says:

    Maybe you’ll like one of these,
    1. “Kouka” which is short for Koukakala and means black water
    2. “Shyam” means dark, black, beautiful
    3. “Jett”, jet-black
    4. “Duff”, dark, black
    5. “Taiga” for big and gracious
    6. “Kanja” for water born
    7. “Frankie” for free
    8. “Finley”

  341. Nic says:

    Hvala (Icelandic for ‘whale’)

  342. David Lintz says:

    Arctic

  343. Kathleen says:

    rex

  344. sandra says:

    george

  345. donna reed says:

    Spot

  346. Chad K says:

    Fobi – In other words: Foods Orca Bay Inc

  347. LYNN ESTEP says:

    the name should be PATCH because that’s how you identify the different species of orca.

  348. sherry pincus says:

    wonderful wally whale

  349. Kathleen says:

    atlas

  350. David Lintz says:

    Columbia (original name for washington state)

  351. Sherman Meserve says:

    Splash

  352. ken evans says:

    duh winning!

  353. Pamela Murphy says:

    Belleza (Spanish for Beauty)

  354. David Lintz says:

    Majestic

  355. David Lintz says:

    Sonar

  356. Erin Bruce says:

    Juneau

  357. Vickie Morris says:

    Jumbolaya

  358. Larry Morris says:

    There were Jumbo and Dumbo the elephants…how about Gumbo the whale?

  359. Stephanie Hill says:

    1.Clairabelle
    2.Oceana
    3.Persephone
    4.Olivia

  360. Kathleen says:

    Trouble

  361. David Lintz says:

    Oasis

  362. David Lintz says:

    Bayou

  363. Kathleen says:

    Shepherd

  364. George Graf says:

    TUXEDO

  365. Louis says:

    Sea’u

  366. Louis says:

    The name “SNORCAL” came to mind.

  367. Kathleen says:

    springer

  368. Kathleen says:

    Otto

  369. Michelle says:

    Orca

  370. Michelle says:

    Cora the Orca

  371. Janet Ohland says:

    Mork

  372. David Lintz says:

    Evergreen

  373. David Lintz says:

    Gourmet

  374. David Lintz says:

    Green

  375. David Lintz says:

    Zeus

  376. David Lintz says:

    Apollo

  377. David Lintz says:

    Eusles

  378. David Lintz says:

    Gaya

  379. David Lintz says:

    Frontier

  380. David Lintz says:

    Nature

  381. Akiralena (means intelligent& bright one)

  382. oshema

  383. cashema

  384. dashema

  385. Dashanina

  386. Akiranina

  387. Akiraca

  388. Akiradina

  389. Anicalina

  390. lenkarisa

  391. Lenkadina

  392. Lanadina

  393. Akiralea

  394. Raydina

  395. Jalinka

  396. Akiralenka

  397. Malenka

  398. Ivetarina

  399. Elenarisa

  400. Verarisa

  401. Verarina

  402. Mary says:

    Scooby

  403. Stephen says:

    Aba-Cory

  404. Louis says:

    Dipper

  405. Louis says:

    Splash’u

  406. Louis says:

    Finny

  407. Stephanie Ray says:

    Shemp

  408. Doug W says:

    Jang-ga

  409. Cathy TePaske says:

    Thora

  410. Patrick Mulligan says:

    Kato

  411. Iris Kunofsky says:

    I’d name him “BABY.”

  412. Cheryl Mulligan says:

    Oragami

  413. Manju says:

    How about

    Tango

  414. Ed Ring says:

    Chauncey

  415. Deb L says:

    Cuddles the whale

  416. Kathleen says:

    Crazy Horse

    Sitting Bull

    Geronimo

  417. Doc Poteet says:

    Kaskae Eskimo name meaning Chief

  418. Char says:

    Fluke

  419. wendy lee klenetsky says:

    “WINNIE THE WHALE”

  420. Louis says:

    Hmmm…would “Baybe” work, I wonder.

  421. Ramona P says:

    Orc-philia

  422. Marie Mulling says:

    Cameron

  423. Ursula Davis says:

    OGIMAA> OGGI for short. OGIMAA is a Native American word for Leader as in Orca Bay is leader in Seafood.

  424. Debby J says:

    Sustaina-Bill

  425. elaine fisher says:

    Pluto

  426. Amy Parsons says:

    Ergo

  427. Catherine Hurley says:

    Spot is a great name.

  428. TIFFANY MITCHELL says:

    OSCAR

  429. TIFFANY MITCHELL says:

    WALTER

  430. Louis says:

    I would like to submit the name “Bubbles.”

  431. Jill Hunter says:

    Coffee

  432. Holly Riesz says:

    beans

  433. Sara S says:

    Bitsy is an adorable name

  434. Hiroko Higashi says:

    Cha Cha

  435. Lisa Mackey says:

    Ugo
    Name meaning: Intellect

  436. Terry Siegler says:

    The name should be Smiles the Great Orca!

  437. Just cus i can – Spyhop

  438. Lynn Harkin says:

    Cooper

  439. Thomas Hoffman says:

    Boreas

  440. Thomas Hoffman says:

    Brubu

  441. Thomas Hoffman says:

    Cordonazo

  442. Maestro

  443. Veronica Hrenchir says:

    Lulu

  444. Thomas Hoffman says:

    Bayamo

  445. Thomas Hoffman says:

    Borasco

  446. Thomas Hoffman says:

    Taku

  447. Mike says:

    Mork the Orca

  448. H L Cotten says:

    Whollop the Whale

  449. charles buzbee says:

    hey guys , i say we name the whale Ryan after your fearless leader .

  450. Kermit Crissey says:

    Mookie

  451. Janice Neal says:

    Sweet Salish

  452. kathy harmon says:

    Oswald

  453. Lori H. says:

    Micah

  454. Patrick Morgan says:

    Acro (Orca spelled backwards)

  455. Chris says:

    Grace

  456. Mike Bochantin says:

    Gisk’aast – which is one of the 4 Clans of the Niska’a tribe. Gisk’aast literally means (Killer Whale). They live in the Nass River valley just northwest of British Columbia.

  457. Mike Bochantin says:

    Zinga – sounds catchy.

  458. Mike Bochantin says:

    How about Fang?

  459. Mike Bochantin says:

    Echo – since they use echolocation to navigate.

  460. Mike Bochantin says:

    Marco?

  461. Annalaura Linder says:

    Annalorca

  462. michelle stewart says:

    A great name would be PUGET as in Puget sound.One of the best places on earth.

  463. gabrielle says:

    Aiai

    (Aiai-pod. Get it?! Marine biology humor! I love it.)

  464. regina groppi says:

    How about pepper

  465. regina groppi says:

    balino italian for whale

  466. gabrielle says:

    Flounder

  467. gabrielle says:

    Dippy
    (The name of my current goldfish, very fitting.)

  468. gabrielle says:

    Cetty
    (For Cetaceans!)

  469. gabrielle says:

    Pepino

  470. deborah coello says:

    Shelly

  471. Louis says:

    My final name submission for the Orca Bay Seafood mascot is “Klicker” because of the communication signals orca’s naturally use. Orca Bay Seafood’s also “click” with consumers!

  472. Aquis

  473. c.bloye says:

    bobo